Sunday, September 13, 2009

The week that wasn't



The whole week was moving at a snails pace and it is a turning point in my life. The top photo was taken at my site, and below that was me at my office, guess I wasn't in the pink of health. Just above was a picture taken at KL International Airport, my son Prasad was leaving for Moscow and in the middle is my second son Nirmal. He seemed pretty upset when he heard that I had suffered a heart attack.

Just felt like sharing these photos and I am feeling kind of restless. Just about a week ago, it was a matter of life and death for me. Sometimes I wonder, life is actually a very fine thin line between death. I am grateful to God that he took care of me and .......it's just so difficult to express it.

It is going to be awhile after surgery for me to blog again as they say the pain takes time to heal. I have a lot of stuff in my head, now that I have to educate my son in Moscow and I have to send my second son to USA and would I be employed.....

Like they say....don't worry....God will Bless me.....

4 comments:

Sibel said...

you have a beautiful family, thank you for sharing your experience with your reader. When I read about your hearth attack I think of my father. He was not a great talker. But through you I have a glimpse of what he may have gone through. I hope you will enjoy your family for a long time. And enjoy every moment of every day. We all think we are immortal, and postpone living for the next day. Not knowing that there will maybe not have a next day...

sukku said...

Sibel you just made my day....Thank you....and God Bless you...

Ugich Konitari said...

So sorry to hear about this heart attack. May you emerge healthy and fit after your bypass. Incidentally, you mentioned looking up the Net to check out about diet. "Reversing heart disease" by Dr Dean Ornish, is something that should help you a lot. My brother(in the US) followed this for diet/exercise/relazation techniques and has seen a vast improvemnet....

sukku said...

Ugich, I think that I have the book in my library and I will search for it...and thanks...